Eamonn Doherty says Donegal need to swap plaudits for points – but for now the Tir Chonaill men are targeting success in Saturday’s McKenna Cup final.
Donegal and Tyrone cross swords in Saturday’s decider at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh (6pm) with Declan Bonner’s Donegal looking to end Tyrone’s bid for a seventh successive McKenna Cup win.
Donegal have won plenty of praise for their displays in the Allianz League, but narrow losses against Kerry, Galway and Dublin mean they have yet to chalk up a point in the competition.
“Plaudits are nice, but they don’t put points on the board,” St Eunan’s man Doherty said.
“We’re working on things and it has been positive. I think it is going to come for us. We know what we’re trying to do. There is faith and trust there.”
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